Fishing Loch Ken

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Loch Ken enjoys a good reputation among anglers, particularly because of the pike, roach, perch and now bream caught in recent seasons. Catches indicate an increase in the size of fish being taken. Game fishing has also taken place at Loch Ken over many years.

Anyone fishing our stretch at the Loch Ken Holiday Park may have two lines maximum in the water at any one time. Other rods, although not actually fishing, must not occupy pegs on the bank.

Unless you intend to eat them, fish should be returned to the water in a healthy state.

Fishing is allowed by permit only. Fishing permits are available at the shop, or in advance sending a cheque to Loch Ken Holiday Park. The permits we issue are for our frontage only.

Fishing Permits - 2017 prices

Park residents

£5.00 per day or £25.00 for 5-7 days

Daily visitors

£8.00 per person, per day (parking included)

Children 10 years and under - no charge.

Please note: All rubbish including discarded fishing tackle, especially line and hooks, must be gathered up and put in the bins provided. Bottles and cans must be put in the recycling bins, which are also provided on the park.